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England look set to spring a surprise in attack for their trip to Montenegro this Friday, as they search for the point that will see them qualify for Euro 2012.

Fabio Capello’s men are six points clear of their opponents, who sit in second, and they know that just a draw will see them finish as Group G winners.

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And Capello looks set to pair young Danny Welback with his Manchester United strike partner Wayne Rooney in a bid to replicate their double act for the Old Trafford club.

There are more experienced forwards in the squad but the England boss has seen Welbeck score five times in six games in 2011/12 and is prepared to throw him into the starting XI.

The Three Lions chief must also decide if Spurs starlet Kyle Walker is ready to make the right-back spot his own and whether to pair Frank Lampard or Gareth Barry with Scott Parker in midfield.

But Capello was clear on one thing – his team will be going all out to win, even though they just need a point to progress though to the finals in Poland and Ukraine next summer.

“We are going to win this game, not [play] for the draw,” said the Italian. “If you play for a draw it is a big mistake. You are not focused on the game. You are playing to defend the result.

“When you do that you make some silly mistakes. You need to play the same style as all the other away games.”

It promises to be a tricky tie, however, with Montenegro keen to secure second spot and a shot at Euro 2012 via the play-offs.

But with the momentum behind England and key players in good form, many can only see one result in this Friday’s 20:00 BST kick-off in Podgorica.

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.